Agile is not so much a process and a methodology as a mindset.
“Business agility is a philosophy, not a fad,” confirms John Williams, the new CEO of the Agile Business Consortium.
When Jon Ward presented on Agile to a room of project managers, it was clear Agile thinking was already part of their day to day operations.
There’s been a definite buzz this week. The two-day AgileBizConf18 event has taken place, but it doesn’t end there.
From Dr Sue Black's opening keynote to Professor Eddie Obeng's closing one, the energy was palpable and the insights intense.
"The real value of Scrum comes when you pull back to the original principles that made it work" advises Simon Reindl.
A new report from Gallup makes it clear that Agile is now a critical mindset to cope with disruption – influencing business models and working life as a whole.
How can we lead in a way that brings about the change we'd like to see in today’s era and beyond?
How do you defend against something you can’t see? This fundamental problem faces business leaders today, in all sectors.
When Jenny Bailey asked Alan Furlong to join her for a webinar on Agile Leadership, she was confident it would result in an inspiring hour.
https://www.agilebusiness.org/resources/webinars/exploring-agile-marketingImprovement is not always about doing more, but about doing less and better.
We’re living with a skills crisis. Finding the right people for the right roles has never been easy, and it's getting harder. How can Agile recruitment help?
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